How your donation can help
Let’s work together to support survivors and prevent abuse. Every donation makes a difference – here are some examples of how your donation can help.
Other ways to give
Cheques can be made payable to Yellow Door and can be sent to our address at 30 Brookvale Road, Portswood, Southampton, SO17 1QR. If you are eligible to add Gift Aid to your donation, please remember to complete and include a Gift Aid form with your cheque.
Weekly, monthly, or even yearly donations in the form of standing orders are incredibly helpful to us – allowing us to forecast ahead and plan our services. If you are interested in setting up a standing order to Yellow Door please download this form – Yellow Door Standing Order Form.
Through your Will
Plan for the future and consider gifting to Yellow Door through your Will. Yellow Door like many charities could benefit hugely from a donation or legacy gift prescribed in your will. If you want to remember a charity such as Yellow Door in your will, please take advice on how to do this – contact us, see gov.uk or speak to a solicitor (if you have one to draft your Will).
If you’d like to help and would rather donate items instead of money, please consider donating something from our Amazon Wish List. Items can be found here. If you would like to purchase items from other shops, please contact email@example.com to arrange delivery.
Why support Yellow Door?
While national data shows that at least 1 in 5 people will experience domestic or sexual abuse in their lifetime, we know the impact of abuse is local – it can affect individuals, families, friends, communities.
Helping us to prevent & respond to abuse may be personal to you or those you care about, or it may be an issue of justice, equality or compassion that touches you.
There are many reasons why so many people choose to support Yellow Door and the work we do. We are grateful to everyone who donates to us and we are passionate about ensuring your contribution goes directly towards helping local people affected by abuse.